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(NJ.com)   Brooklyn's hipster couples moving to New Jersey before it's cool   (nj.com) divider line 2
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2013-03-04 09:38:53 AM  
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TonnageVT: AlwaysRightBoy: Dear New Yorkers, please turn back while you can. You really don't want to live in dirty jersey.

/too  many already

Ha! This! fark off back to your own state.

Honestly though, 40,000+ people moving to NJ from NY in 2011, that's ridiculous. I live in Central Jersey, same town I grew up in. Before my daughter was born, we were living in Jersey City, right on the water. My advice to any of you is, don't look to buy a house until your kid is walking or you have a 2nd kid, if you don't have to.


New Yorkers are idiot Obama-holics. They fill their home with high taxes and ridiculous laws until it is an unlivable crime-ridden cesspool. Then the flee to New Jersey, Florida and northern Virginia to ruin those places too. They are like cockroaches.
2013-03-04 08:16:19 AM  
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They've got plenty of time
 
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